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‹ The template below (Infobox sportsperson) is being considered for merging. See templates for discussion to help reach a consensus. › Jolanda de Rover Jolanda de Rover during the European LC Championships 2008 in Eindhoven Personal information Full name Jolanda de Rover Nationality  Netherlands Date of birth 10 October 1963 (1963-10-10) (age 47) Place of birth Amstelveen Sport Medal record Women's swimming Competitor for the  Netherlands Olympic Games Gold 1984 Los Angeles 200 m backstroke Bronze 1984 Los Angeles 100 m backstroke World Championships (LC) Bronze 1986 Madrid 4×100 m medley European Championships (LC) Silver 1981 Split 200 m backstroke Silver 1983 Rome 4×100 m medley Bronze 1985 Sofia 200 m backstroke Summer Universiade Gold 1985 Kobe 200 m backstroke Jolanda de Rover (born 10 October 1963 in Amstelveen, The Netherlands) is a former backstroke swimmer from the Netherlands, who won the gold medal on the 200 backstroke at the 1984 Olympics. In total she won 12 long-course Dutch national titles between 1980-1987. De Rover retired after the 1988 Summer Olympics in South Korea. See also List of Dutch records in swimming References Dutch Olympic Committee v · d · eOlympic Champions in Women's 200 m Backstroke 1968: Lillian Watson | 1972: Melissa Belote | 1976: Ulrike Richter | 1980: Rica Reinisch | 1984: Jolanda de Rover | 1988: Krisztina Egerszegi | 1992: Krisztina Egerszegi | 1996: Krisztina Egerszegi | 2000: Diana Mocanu | 2004: Kirsty Coventry | 2008: Kirsty Coventry v · d · eSummer Universiade Champions in Women's 200 m Backstroke  1979 – 1981: Carmen Bunaciu (ROM)  •  1983: Larisa Gorchakova (URS)  •  1985: Jolanda de Rover (NED)  •  1987: Aneta Patrascoiu (ROM)  •  1991: Lin Li (CHN)  •  1993: Whitney Hedgepeth (USA)  •  1995: Yoko Koikawa (JPN)  •  1997 – 1999: Miki Nakao (JPN)  •  2001 – 2003: Reiko Nakamura (JPN)  •  2005: Aya Terakawa (JPN)  •  2007: Kelly Harrigan (USA)  •  2009: Stephanie Proud (GBR) Persondata Name Rover, Jolanda de Alternative names Short description Date of birth 10 October 1963 Place of birth Amstelveen Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to a Dutch swimmer is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e